UPDATE – NHK report was typed (by them) wrong? Says 300 meters HEIGHT in the NHK article. Other articles say 15 meters high. It looks taller than 40 feet… hmm.. some reports saying 10 meters WIDE.. other reports saying 30 meters WIDE… hmm..
Regardless of the difference in footage, ANY footage moving upwards in Japan is worthy of note. Normally the crust moves in millimeters and inches.. not meters and feet!
Full website post with screenshots and the original story from Japanese main stream media:
In my 5 years of covering events online, covering all major earthquakes, we have NEVER seen a 1 day rise of 1,000 feet (300meters) of anything.. worthy to note !
A massive sudden (1 day) rise of land from the sea has occurred along the coast of Hokkaido Japan.
Major global earthquake activity is taking place, and serious crustal movement is obviously underway in the region around North Japan.
The new land began rising from the sea yesterday morning (April 24, 2015) with just a 1 meter rise (3 feet), then began rising rapidly, the event is still ongoing as of April 25th into 26th 2015.
The new land mass has now risen over 50 feet and 300 meters long (near 1,000 feet), and near 10 meters wide (30 feet)! Not ‘small’ by any means, and a very rare occurrence to top it off.
This is being attributed to crustal movement in the area.
Thanks to: https://ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com